• Hannah Thomas
  • Hannah Thomas
  • Hannah Thomas
  • Hannah Thomas

Hannah Thomas

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Title: Untitled

Rarity: Unique

Artist: Hannah Thomas

Size: 673 x 462 mm

Method: Paint on repurposed London bus panel

Bio: Hannah Thomas is a distinguished abstract painter, presently based in Wiltshire, United Kingdom. Her artistic journey commenced at the University of the West of England in Bristol, where she earned her BA hons in Art and Visual Culture. Following her academic pursuits, she embarked on a career as a photographer, primarily focusing on the music industry in London.

However, in 2019, Hannah made a pivotal decision to transition to painting. This shift was driven by her desire for a creative medium that offered greater autonomy, creative control, and a deeper sense of tactility and immediacy.

Hannah's artistic endeavors have garnered recognition and success, with her work finding its way into the collections of art enthusiasts both in the UK and internationally. Notable achievements include winning the VAA Scholarship & Exhibition Award, being shortlisted for the Visual Art Open, and participating in the Other Art Fair in London in October 2022. She is also a finalist in the Dubel Prize for emerging artists in the current year.

Currently, Hannah operates from her studio in Bradford on Avon, and she is actively engaged in a correspondence course with Turps Art School as she continues to explore and expand her artistic horizons.

Framing: We recommend displaying a bus panel floating in a frame.

Postage and Packaging: 

UK: £75.00
Worldwide: £150.00

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